Fusion cuisine has become much more trendy in recent years. It combines the elements of variety culinary traditions. I enjoy creating every menu combining my Asian background but also be able to elevate the new recipes by utilizing the techniques and different ingredients that is available mostly now in the western. People always say when you live in one country for a long period of time you adapted to the culture and norm. You may have seen something like Sushi Burrito or Poke Bowl. The Flavors are delicious and there’s nothing wrong by putting them together. It somehow just worked and became a hit. With my recipe I am offering a variety and also how you pick which one is the right ingredient to put on the menu. There is no exact formula but by understanding the basic element of ingredients it might help you how things can be put together.
Last week I walked down into Korean market and my daughter appointed me to the fridge section where she wanted to try this dish. I looked at the package and it looked like a corn dog. A corn dog, exactly but it’s not a corn dog. It’s the Korean fish stick wrapped in the soft dough and mozzarella cheese and coated with panko. I was skeptical at first but it got me. Now my daughter and I got hooked on this. It’s so delicious! It’s actually that I started to like it more than corn dogs now.